Recap of the “Reimagining PEI” architecture competition
By Samuel Worthington  /  December 16, 2023
Dorm residents moved into Hyatt over winter break
By Veronica Jolley  /  December 15, 2023
Gender Studies hosts book giveaway as its office space disappears
By Isaac Tellechea  /  December 15, 2023
Teach the Truth Tour takes students through Florida’s Black history
By Gabriella Batista  /  December 15, 2023
Campus News
Slow start to Robertson Park
14 February 2024
Richard Corcoran and David Rancourt present controversial comedy bits in off-campus ISP
13 February 2024
Cupid’s wings clipped: COUP moved to March 2
13 February 2024
Recap of the "Reimagining PEI" architecture competition
16 December 2023
Local News
Selby Library hosts 10th annual Musical Flea Market
13 February 2024
Richard Corcoran and David Rancourt present controversial comedy bits in off-campus ISP
13 February 2024
FL Board of Governors removes sociology from core curriculum options
13 February 2024

New College tackles COVID-19

With a total of 25 positive cases New College is working to minimize the spread of COVID-19 by using a daily symptom tracker, hybrid learning, and random testing. With rising cases across Florida and spring semester fast approaching New College will have to continue its efforts.

Read how the campus has fared below.

Features
Love on a Dime: Valentine's Day crafts and date inspiration for couples on a budget
13 February 2024
Black History Month 2024 at New College
13 February 2024
Richard Corcoran and David Rancourt present controversial comedy bits in off-campus ISP
13 February 2024
Almost, Maine: where East meets glory
13 February 2024
Politics
Florida House seeks to block social media access for teens citing privacy and safety concerns
13 February 2024
FL Board of Governors removes sociology from core curriculum options
13 February 2024
FL House Bill 599: another anti-gender identity bill
15 December 2023
Sarasota County Commission severs ties with national library group and state affiliate
06 December 2023

Late night at Caples

In the spirit of Halloween, Catalyst staff writer, June Snell, illustrated students' ghost stories on-campus. New College at night, with it's ghastly shadows and dark corners, can leave a lot up to imagination, but with reported ghost sightings around campus, maybe reality is stranger than fiction.

To submit artwork, email the Catalyst at catalyst@ncf.edu

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